Bogle builds on rookie season

Last year the San Diego Chargers found a diamond in the rough in Phil Bogle. What was asked of him would have seemed excessive for a top pick, let alone an undrafted free agent. To no one's surprise he struggled at times, but what folks were not expecting was for Bogle to become one of the Chargers' more consistent lineman of 2003.
June 17, 2004

Chargers need more depth on the offensive line

The San Diego Chargers made increasing their depth on the offensive line a priority so far this offseason. So far, the team has signed two linemen and one of those, Mike Goff, has already been penciled in as a starter at right guard – a position Phil Bogle manned most of last season. But Bogle isn't worried.
March 17, 2004

Chargers rookie, Phil Bogle, anchors line

Phil Bogle entered the season as an undrafted free agent out of New Haven, a program that has since been disbanded, gone, extinguished. Luckily for the Chargers it didn't happen before this season. Bogle simply came in and started 13 games for the San Diego Chargers in 2003, four at right tackle, and nine at right guard. Week to week, Bogle did not know who he would line up next to with all the injuries and almost missed time to an undisclosed injury himself.
February 6, 2004